Reuters‘ Christopher Walljasper writes on Californian farmers who are changing planting plans due to the state’s drought.
- Droughts in California are affecting planting patterns and projected crop yields.
- State leaders in California have exasperated the effects of droughts by failing to adequately invest in reservoirs and other water infrastructure.
- As the effects of climate change are felt we will need smart adaptation strategies at the state and federal level.
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